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Babar  HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Series / Animation / Comedy / Drama / Family / Fantasy
Original Title: Babar
Duration: 30min
Video type: TV Series
The adventures of the King of the elephants, his family, and friends.

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Series cast summary:
Richard Binsley Richard Binsley - Additional Voices 78 episodes, 1989-2000
Lisa Jai Lisa Jai - Isabelle / - 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Corrine Koslo Corrine Koslo - Lady Rataxes 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Dan Hennessey Dan Hennessey - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Greg Swanson Greg Swanson - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Loretta Jafelice Loretta Jafelice - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Philip Akin Philip Akin - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Michael Beattie Michael Beattie - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Barry Belchamber Barry Belchamber - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Mairon Bennett Mairon Bennett - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Geoffrey Bowes Geoffrey Bowes - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Barbara Budd Barbara Budd - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Alyson Court Alyson Court - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Rob Cowan Rob Cowan - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Suzanne Coy Suzanne Coy - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Jeri Craden Jeri Craden - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Catherine Disher Catherine Disher - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Greg Duffell Greg Duffell - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Jayne Eastwood Jayne Eastwood - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Desmond Ellis Desmond Ellis - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Diane Fabian Diane Fabian - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Alan Fawcett Alan Fawcett - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Linda Feige Linda Feige - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Colin Fox Colin Fox - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
David Fox David Fox - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Don Francks Don Francks - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Catherine Gallant Catherine Gallant - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Marvin Goldhar Marvin Goldhar - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Luba Goy Luba Goy - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Rex Hagon Rex Hagon - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Keith Hampshire Keith Hampshire - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Terri Hawkes Terri Hawkes - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Mark Hellman Mark Hellman - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Ellen-Ray Hennessy Ellen-Ray Hennessy - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Taborah Johnson Taborah Johnson - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Hadley Kay Hadley Kay - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Gary Krawford Gary Krawford - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Michael Lamport Michael Lamport - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Ray Landry Ray Landry - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Chas Lawther Chas Lawther - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Sharon Lewis Sharon Lewis - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Peter MacNeill Peter MacNeill - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Judy Marshak Judy Marshak - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Gordon Masten Gordon Masten - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Jeremiah McCann Jeremiah McCann - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Melleny Melody Melleny Melody - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Nick Nichols Nick Nichols - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Judith Orban Judith Orban - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Denise Pidgeon Denise Pidgeon - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Andrew Sabiston Andrew Sabiston - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Linda Sorensen Linda Sorensen - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Tabitha St. Germain Tabitha St. Germain - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
John Tarzwell John Tarzwell - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Marlow Vella Marlow Vella - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Christopher Ward Christopher Ward - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Thick Wilson Thick Wilson - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Sandy Winsby Sandy Winsby - Babar 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Noam Zylberman Noam Zylberman - Additional Voices 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Gordon Pinsent Gordon Pinsent - King Babar 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Dawn Greenhalgh Dawn Greenhalgh - Queen Celeste 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Stuart Stone Stuart Stone - Alexander / - 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Elizabeth Hanna Elizabeth Hanna - The Old Lady 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Chris Wiggins Chris Wiggins - Cornelius 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Stephen Ouimette Stephen Ouimette - Pompadour 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Jeff Pustil Jeff Pustil - Zephir 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Allen Stewart-Coates Allen Stewart-Coates - Rataxes 65 episodes, 1989-1991
John Stocker John Stocker - Basil 65 episodes, 1989-1991
Marsha Moreau Marsha Moreau - Additional Voices 52 episodes, 1989-1991
Bobby Becken Bobby Becken - Pom 52 episodes, 1989-1991
Paul Haddad Paul Haddad - Uncle Arthur 40 episodes, 1989-1991
Noah Godfrey Noah Godfrey - Victor 39 episodes, 1990-1991
Keith Knight Keith Knight - Additional Voices 39 episodes, 1989-1991
Lea-Helen Weir Lea-Helen Weir - Flora 39 episodes, 1990-1991

French author Laurent de Brunhoff pronounces the name Babar as "BUH-bar", but the TV series pronounces the name as "BAB-bar".



Reviews: [6]

  • avatar

    Abuseyourdna

    "Babar" is one of the sweetest and most innocent childish TV shows ever made. It is one of many animated TV shows I grew up with. Those stories with that affectionate elephant family are something I always found heartwarming. I used to watch this many times in the good old days.

    "Babar" also happens to be very educative and moral, teaching valuable lessons for children, as well as good morals and values.

    But times have changed very much. This generation doesn't have shows like this anymore. Instead, children of nowadays watch mostly crappy cartoons with violence, crappy humor, too much noise, dreadful artwork and absolutely no interest, not to mention that they don't teach anything worthy or useful for children.

    Overall, "Babar" is one of the best "babyish" animated TV shows.
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    Blackstalker

    When I was a little girl, at 5, I watched this cartoon and was amazed by it's beauty, matureness and lovely music and backgrounds. It is very moralful to kids and very emotionally touching as people learn lessons throughout life, such as Flora seeing how people would work their hardest to provide for others, (even in the dead of night!) teaching her to be more respectful and more caring and concern for the benefit of other people, that are less fortunate then her. Also to not bad mouth about those shes loves and to bring out the good side of things of all she stands for. Other lessons such as Harsh, emotionally scared ones such as getting your life endangered by a poisonous snake and ending up in a coma. Alexander willing to make up for upsetting other people and endangering the lives of others. Pom learning to be honest and right and to be more confident. And to face up to faults and problems that you cause to people and improve your character. This cartoon is the greatest influence on my life that will stick with me forever:)
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    ℳy★†ỦrÑ★ Wiℓℒ★₡oℳ€★TøØ

    Hi i just wanted to say that i am 16 and my parents always let me watch BaBar. I cannot even describe to you how amazing that show is. I still love it today and wish they still aired it...I suggest you find out where you can get the videos, buy them, and let your children see them...it is a very entertaining show. as i grew up i forgot about BaBar then after a while i began thinking about what my favorite TV show was. and i remembered that it was Babar. Definitely a A+ 10 out of 10 show. buy it! When i get older i am definitely going to buy it so that my children can watch it just as i did. in fact i even named my rabbit after babar!
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    Berenn

    I certainly loved Babar as a kid, and have a soft spot for it now. I love how it is simple, and that it is lovely and cute. Children will definitely love it, and I do seriously think it is one of the better animated shows to come out in the 80s and 90s, most cartoons these days with one or two rare exceptions are awful with bad animation, lacklustre humour, poor music and lacks even juvenile appeal, or are shows that started off good and now are mediocre at best(Spongebob Squarepants I am looking at you!) Back on target, the animation in Babar is truly lovely, simple in design but has a certain elegance about it. Also the music is exceedingly pleasant, and the characters and story lines are endearing. Not only that, it is educational, and you learn good morals without feeling as though it is being forced down your throat. All in all, lovely to watch, really charming and I for one love who simple it was. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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    Qusicam

    I have long held a soft spot for Babar. There's just something about it that seems to speak to time spent with longtime friends and family. Not only did I really enjoy Babar when I was younger, but it helped me to recovery from surgery. For some background, last summer I had surgery on one of my eyes and afterword in my hospital room I got to watch TV while being given room service. The hospital had a network called Qubo, which had several shows that I have fond memories of including Jakers, Anne Of Green Gables Animated, Marvin The Tap-Dancing Horse, Timothy Goes To School, and of course Babar. Between these shows and the food I was almost sad to leave the hospital (I know saying that sounds really weird). Back on topic, I love its charm and simplicity. Children will definitely love it. I certainly did and I have some young cousins who love it. I can't wait to show it to my niece when she gets a little older. The animation is exceedingly pleasant, bright but not overly so. The music is also very melodic and there are some wonderful morals that children can pick up on but aren't shoved down your throat. There are also lots of wonderful storylines and characters (Babar's children are adorable). Truly a classic for the family.
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    Hrguig

    When I was younger I used to like elephants, especially in cartoons. This was a very simple cartoon with some short and simple stories involving all the characters, but it was still good. Babar in his childhood had his mother shot by hunters, but he was rescued and looked after by an old woman. As he grows up he learns to dress, walk and talk like a gentleman. Soon many elephants are like this and they build their own place out in the country. Because Babar was the one that started it he was soon to be known to these elephants as the King Babar. Throughout the series Babar helps people with problems and runs his elephants well. It's only the rhinos that aren't too keen on the elephants. It was number 81 on The 100 Greatest Cartoons. Okay!